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Clemson University
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Daniela Negrete-Moreno

Graduate Research Assistant
Plant and Environmental Sciences Department, Edisto Research and Education Center

Office: BRC 200
Phone: 803-507-2607



Educational Background

Ph.D. Plant Pathology
Clemson University Current

M.S. in progress Plant Pathology
Clemson University 2022

B.S. Biology
University of South Carolina-Aiken 2019


USDA National Needs Fellow
Clemson University Graduate Diversity Doctoral Fellow


Carver, K., Negrete, D., Waterman, M., and Daddacha, W. 2021. Chapter 9 - Vectors in gene therapy: Benefit for glioblastoma patients. In New Targeting in the Reversal of Resistant Glioblastomas, Cancer Sensitizing Agents for Chemotherapy, ed. Ali Syed Arbab. Academic Press, p. 161–176.

Wang, H., Wagnon, R., Negrete, D., Timilsina, S., Jones, J., Vallad, G., Turechek., W, W. 2021. A long-amplicon viability-qPCR test for quantifying living pathogens of bacterial spot in tomato seed. Plant Disease.

Herbert, A., Hancock, C, N., Cox, B., Schnabel, G., Moreno, N, D., Carvalho, R., Jones, J., Paret, M., Geng, Y., and Wang, H. 2021. Oxytetracycline and streptomycin resistance genes in Xanthomonas aboricola pv. pruni, the causal agent of bacterial spot in peach.

Pereira, J., Negrete Moreno, D., Giannelli, G. G., Davidson, E., Rivera-Huertas, J., Wang, H., and Santra, S. 2023. Targeted delivery of oxytetracycline to the epidermal cell junctions and stomata for crop protection. Environmental Science: Nano.


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